CB National Players Of Week (4-15-19)

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RHP Ryan Shreve, Pacific: Shreve threw the fourth no-hitter in school history during a 1-0 complete game road victory over Santa Clara. He struck out a career-high 9 batters and allowed only one base runner with a hit-by-pitch. It was the first no-hitter for a Pacific pitcher since the 2001 season.

SS Spencer Steer, Oregon: Steer belted 3 home runs which included 2 grand slams as he collected 12 RBI over 4 games and went 9-for-19 at the plate. He also scored 5 runs.

RHP Conor Grady, Florida St.: Grady struck out 20 batters in two outings last week. Against Florida on Tuesday, he fanned 9 batters over 7 innings. Five days later against Clemson, he pitched 5 1/3 innings and fanned 11 more Tiger batters. Over 12 innings of work, he only allowed 3 hits and no earned runs with 1 walk.

RHP Alek Manoah, West Virginia: Manoah fired a 4-hit shutout against Texas Tech. with a career-high 15 strikeouts. It was the most strikeouts by a Mountaineer since the 2001 season. He has not allowed a run in his last 22 2/3 innings.

RF J.J. Bleday, Vanderbilt: Bleday hit 3 home runs with 10 RBI over four games last week as he went 7-for-11 at the plate. He also scored 10 runs and accounted for 17 total bases. Over his last 13 games, he has belted 9 home runs.

LHP Ethan Small, Mississippi St.: Of the 18 outs Small recorded over 6 innings, 15 were via the strikeout. At one point, Small struck out nine in a row as he earned his fourth win of the season during a 6-0 win over the Crimson Tide.

OF Yamil Pagan, Alabama St.: Pagan was 9-for-16 at the plate over 4 games as he hit 3 home runs, a triple, collected 11 RBI and scored 10 runs.

RHP Ryan Garcia, UCLA: Garcia struck out a career-high 13 batters during a 3-0 win over East Carolina and only allowed 3 hits.

LF Ryan Ward, Bryant: Ward collected 4 doubles, 2 home runs, 9 RBI and scored 7 runs as he went 12-for-22 at the plate over 5 games.

RHP Chase Walter, Western Carolina: Walter struck out a career-high 13 batters over 6 2/3 innings during a 11-7 win over Mercer.